Nikki Beach to host day-to-night New Year's Eve celebration

The celebration will feature performances from The Queen of House, Barbara Tucker live with DJ Q

Nikki Beach to host New Year's Eve bash.
Nikki Beach to host New Year's Eve bash.

Nikki Beach Resort and Spa Dubai is ringing in 2018 with a day-to-night New Year’s Eve bash where guests can experience a beach disco party and entertainment from The Queen of the House along with DJ Q.

The 5-star beach front hotel is also offering an overnight celebration package at a villa for up to 10 people that is inclusive of all day access to a cabana at Nikki Beach Dubai and an all night access to Nikki Privé till 3 am. The package also includes a round-trip transfer in a Rolls Royce, welcome champagne, chef’s signature creations on arrival and a personal welcome from singer Barbara Tucker.

Nikki Beach Resort and Spa’s general manager Alexander Schneider added: “Our brand is all about celebrating life and infusing adventure and fun into every single day and experience. We breathe and embrace our brand promise and I take this opportunity to wish our guests and business partners a wonderful 2018.”

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